‘2 ⚽️ 0-1 Ramle goal
‘21 ⚽️ 1-1 Eyal Cumartesi goal, Alex Branum assist
‘27 ⚽️ 1-2 Ramle goal
‘60 ⚽️ 2-2 Shai Revivo goal, Alex Branum assist
‘85 ⚽️ 2-3 Ramle goal
‘91 ⚽️ 3-3 Alex Branum goal, James Green assist
Top row (from left to right): Jonathan Tenenboim, Eyal Cumartesi, Sam Cohen, Ben Mordukhovich, Joey Spijer, Pablo Zayat, Alex Branum and Sam Sank.
Bottom row (from left to right): David Garzon, James Green, Sabi Beraha, Illay Cohen and Shai Revivo.
Last week, Inter White proved the doubters wrong with an incredible 4-1 win over Estudiantes, but this week was an even more unlikely outcome as we sharer the points with former league leaders Ramle-Ukraine; a team that had won 14 of their 17 games this season, including a 7-0 win over us.
It was hardly the best preparation for this tough fixture, with late injuries leaving us with just 12 players available for the game and Pablo Zayat again filling in between the sticks.
After just two minutes we were behind and it seemed that it would be a very long night, but our resilience was on show for the first time when Eyal Cumartesi brilliantly found the net after Alex Branum's long throw was not cleared properly.
The first equaliser gave us a stronghold in the game but we would go into the break 2-1 down, despite a number of world class saves from Pablo. In the second half, we defended much better and the players put in an outstanding effort to go head-to-head with this strong side.
Shai Revivo put us level again on the hour mark and it stayed that way until the final 5 minutes when Ramle scored what looked to be the winning goal. However, we refused to be defeated and pushed in the final minutes in the hope of a goal.
Incredibly, with one last corner we found the net, with Alex Branum continuing his fine form to lash a shot into the bottom corner to bring us a deserved point from the game.